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This Purple Queen with her flower box baby were made to delight and inspire the child or adult who enjoys the variety of shades of purple. The Purple Queen stands approximately 7 cm (2.75 inches) tall, and her baby, festively dressed in a green collar, lies in a cradle that is 5.1 centimeters long (2 inches). The baby nestles warm under a hand-dyed wool felt green blanket decorated with a little embroidered flower. I've added a little pinch of green wool roving inside of the cradle, or "flower box," for extra coziness.

This set can take a role in a story, add interest to a nature table, or quietly inspire you from a corner of your desk. Their faces are simply embroidered in the Waldorf tradition to encourage open creativity. They are suitable for display and storytelling, and should be kept out of reach from pets and children who still put toys in their mouths (small parts may be a choking hazard). The base of the standing doll is signed in thread with an “A."

Photo #5 shows the Purple Queen and baby with the blue Forget-Me-Not Queen and baby set. Those dolls are featured in a separate listing.

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The set is available for immediate shipping and will be simply wrapped. Please pay with PayPal immediately after your purchase.

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I care about each doll I sew, and hope you will find a doll in the shop that you feel is yours.

Colors may appear slightly different on a computer monitor than in person. Photos and text copyright 2012 by Farida Dowler.

Purple Queen with baby set - Waldorf inspired